Race Quotes

  • I don't use the voice of Bart when I'm making love to my husband, but Marge's voice turns him on a little.
  • One of the most important things that a Thatcher government did was change the mood of the nation to give it back its confidence.
  • Pretty much everything on the web uses those two things: C and UNIX. The browsers are written in C. The UNIX kernel - that pretty much the entire Internet runs on - is written in C.
  • Life has brought me work to do on myself these past two years.
  • Affirmative action is the most important antidiscrimination technique ever instituted in the United States. It is the one tool that has had a demonstrable effect on discrimination... Affirmative action, by all statistical measures, has been the central ingredient to the creation of the black middle class.
  • Bill Cosby, you know, he's a delightful guy.
  • We've begun to put fear into those whites who think they can do anything they want to a black person and get away with it.
  • The thing we found out was, when you get to a Super Bowl, both teams are treated the same, talked about in glowing terms. But when the game is over, only the team that won matters.
  • There is no number or level of success that would make me think, 'Wow, I didn't think that was possible.'
  • If you really love acting, you'll want to act. That's what I did. You don't look for any payday because the likelihood of a payday is slim to none.
  • The blood and sweat shed by United States and United Nations troops proved to be the prime mover behind the realisation of freedom throughout the post-war period.
  • It is to be observed that 'angling' is the name given to fishing by people who can't fish.
  • I'm most interested in people who've lived life in the extreme, which is what draws me to crime fiction.
  • Seeing, feeling, thinking, believing - these are the stages of how we change our style on the outside and our self-image on the inside.
  • We're all music fans and we just love being in a band, and that's why we do it.
  • Progress would not have been the rarity it is if the early food had not been the late poison.
  • A producer should only be there to enable an artist to be himself.
  • The medium is not the message - the message is the message.
  • I want to win a major, and hopefully I can win the four majors in one year.
  • Don't get even, get mad.
  • Fame is a very confusing thing, because you are recognized by a lot of people that you've never seen before, and they're at a great advantage.
  • I just love my privacy.
  • Low unemployment numbers are clear indicators that Republican tax relief and economic policies are spurring growth and helping businesses hire new workers while providing American families with job security.
  • We want to do this methodically, smart, starting with border security then looking at immigration reform measures.
  • In my long life, I have known some great economists, but I have never counted myself among their number nor walked in their company.
  • I know that if I went to other studios, like in Vancouver, that those are set up to be as professional and as true, so it's just a different flavour, it's a different sound, but I think both have their place.
  • My great-grandmother grew up in a sod house in Nebraska. When she was a tiny girl - in other words, only four human generations ago - there were still enough wild bison on the Plains that she was afraid lightning storms would spook them and they would trample her home.
  • Just telling women: If you don't speak up, things aren't gonna change. If you don't become an advocate, it's not gonna change. If you don't vote, it's not gonna change. If you don't run, it's not gonna change.
  • Show me someone who has done something worthwhile, and I'll show you someone who has overcome adversity.
  • I am obliged to believe certain opinions myself. No man's belief will save me except my own.
  • I love stories - devising them, writing them, reading them, watching them, being a part of them.
  • I pass on a lot of teen roles that get sent to me because a lot of the time it doesn't feel real. It's sugar-coated. There's no depth to it.
  • The Supreme Court, once in existence, cannot be abolished, because its foundation is not in an act of the legislative department of the Government, but in the Constitution of the United States.
  • I view the experiences that I have had - both tough ones and the pleasant ones - as gifts. They've been full of lessons. And I've learned to be open to those lessons.
  • It's not every day you get to do what you love and have a major story behind it.
  • My mom taught us the Serenity Prayer at a young age.
  • I didn't get to meet Hank Williams. I was in the Air Force on Okinawa when he passed away.
  • It didn't get any more glamorous than Havana, Cuba, in the 1950s. I used to go there when I was a waiter on a cruise ship.
  • We sing these songs for the everyday occasions of life, and they are very close to the hearts of our people.
  • The favorite thing I like to do is nothing. I'm such an expert at doing nothing. I have a boat. I make training films for the Coast Guard. I listen to a great deal of opera.
  • I read two mysteries a day when I was a kid. All of Agatha Christie, all of 'Sherlock Holmes.' I've seen every single British detective show ever made.
  • It's pretty much run by everybody. We're very involved in everything that goes on. We always have been.
  • Chinese buildings are like American buildings, with big footprints. People don't care about daylight or fresh air.
  • It is important always to make full use of opportunities that come your way, and at the same time, it is important to not just cope with the challenges but try and convert each challenge into an opportunity.
  • Even then, Vanderbilt was the premiere place for clinical pharmacology.
  • To find people who don't want anything is rare.
  • I have an editor in my head, that's why I can't read Harry Potter, because Rowling is such a lousy writer.
  • On average, our corps members stay in the classroom for eight years. But again, given the systemic nature of educational inequity, we know it is vital that some of our alumni take their experience outside the classroom.